Coronavirus and its Legislative Impacts - Webinar
Mar 31, 2020 09:00AM to Mar 31, 2020 10:00AM
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Getting the facts about Corona Virus, or Covid -19, and its impact on your company is a business imperative. Although the news is dominated with stories about what businesses must do, it can be overwhelming. There have been mandated insurance coverage changes, changes to HDHP’s to allow first dollar coverage for Covid related expenses, FMLA considerations, new child care issues for parents with school closures and requirements for businesses to shut down which impacts employment status and benefits offered.
Join us to hear Eric Athey, Co-Chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group at McNees Wallace and Nurick LLP, and his colleagues, Renee Lieux and Ursula Siverling address these pressing topics and provide you with the information you need to avoid compliance pitfalls while also addressing the needs of both your business and your workforce.
A Q&A for viewers to ask live questions to the panel will follow the discussion.
This event is free and open to all.
Meet our Speakers:
Eric N. Athey
Eric is co-chair of the Labor and Employment Group.
L. Renée Lieux
Renée is a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group. Clients seek her assistance with the establishment, compliance, and administration of welfare benefit plans, pension plans, and fringe benefit plans, including cafeteria plans, HRAs, defined contribution plans, defined benefit plans, profit sharing plans, 401(k) plans, employee stock purchase plans, ESOPs, and insured and self-insured plans. Renee also advises clients on employee benefits issues arising out of mergers and acquisitions, including benefits due diligence, negotiating benefits related issues, and the merger or termination of benefit plans. She has experience counseling clients on ERISA and Sections 409A and 280G of the Code. She has assisted both privately held and publicly traded companies in the negotiation of employment agreements, severance agreements, and director and executive compensation programs. She designs and assists in the implementation of non-qualified deferred compensation plans and equity compensation plans, including SERPs, option plans, restricted stock plans, and profit interests. She has advised compensation committees and publicly traded companies and has extensive experience advising clients in the financial services industry.
Ursula began her legal career as a litigation associate with a local law firm after graduating from Widener University Commonwealth Law School in 2001. Later, Ursula moved to an in-house position with Harsco Corporation where she held various positions within their Legal Department. In 2012, she moved to Human Resources and, for seven years, was the HR Director for Aluma Systems, a subsidiary of BrandSafway, where she was responsible for all HR-related matters in North America.
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